I think as there are only five complete airframe's left then yes it's got to be worth saving at the right price of course.
(This airframe is the only complete reminder of the pure fighter type Swift which was from that righ risk era when both aircraft companies and the services were grappling with high-speed aeronautics, the type provided the first RAF experience of Swept-wings, reheat, and all flying tails,)
Are you sure about that I always thought that honour went to the F-86,
I didn't think the RAF ever used the reheat version and I dont think it had an all flying tail either, but I'm probably wrong again
Can anybody ID the serial of this aircraft, pic was taken at Finningley.
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